Vitamin D

Vitamin D deficiency or hypovitaminosis D is a vitamin D level that is below normal.

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How Much Vitamin D Do You Need to Stay Healthy?

Vitamin D supplements do not prevent bone fractures in children

Bright Ideas for Dim Days: The Science Behind Vitamin D and Winter Woes

Plant protein capsules could make it easier to add vitamin D to drinks

Vitamin D Supplements May Reduce Risk of Heart Attacks and Major Cardiovascular Events

Monthly Vitamin D May Prevent Heart Attacks in Older People, Study Shows

Taking higher-than-recommended doses of vitamin D for five years reduced the risk of atrial fibrillation

A randomized clinical trial found that higher-than-standard vitamin D3 supplementation in the first 2 years decreased risk of internalizing problems at ages 6 to 8 years.

Vitamin D Supplementation May Reduce Childhood Depression, Anxiety, and Psychiatric Symptoms

Vitamin D alters developing neurons in the brain's dopamine circuit

Bathing in Sunshine: The Paradoxical Overdose of Vitamin D

Having naturally high vitamin D levels may protect against psoriasis

Vitamin D: Immunotherapy Booster Against Skin Cancer?

Vitamin D Supplements Probably Won't Prevent Mental Illness After All

New Study Shows Taking Vitamin D Supplements Could Help Prevent Dementia

Taking vitamin D could help prevent dementia

Researchers Solve 80-Year-Old Vitamin D Medical Mystery That Claimed Infant Lives

How Does Vitamin D Impact a Child’s Development?

Vitamin D Reduces Risk for Type 2 Diabetes in People With Prediabetes

Vitamin D Supplements Linked to Decreased Diabetes Risk for Adults With Prediabetes